Bergamo Bed and Breakfast Inns
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Accademia (Bergamo, Italy)
Accademia is a family accommodation in Bergamo centre -7 km from Mi-Orio Airport-Rayl station 1,7 kmOffering nice bedrooms,centre of Bergamo near to Città Alta, 7 km from Orio Al Serio Airport , 1,7 km from Raylway station
parking inclusive -garden 1 room with balcony, shared bathroom,... [more]
ARooms (Bergamo, Italy)
Arooms is located in the center of Bergamo, in a strategic place.The B&B is situated close to the heart of the city (400 meters), to the central station (1,4 km),
to Orio al Serio Airport (8 km), to the hospital (1,5 km),to the university (50 Meters) and 2 km from the highway.
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Nuovo Ostello di Bergamo (Bergamo, Italy)
Only 8 km far from Bergamo Orio al Serio Airport, the hostel is located in the living area called Monterosso, in Bergamo, just a few bus stops far from the city centre and "Città Alta", the Upper City (the historical area).Only 8 km far from Bergamo Orio al Serio Airport, the hostel... [more]
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Bergamo is divided in two parts with quite a distinct atmosphere. The Citta Alta is the old part of town, it has small steep streets with old houses and many churches, the Citta Bassa brings you the fast paced Italian life of the industrialized north.
Most travelers head for the Citta Alta immediatelly. The main attractions are the Piazza Vecchia with its Renaissance buildings such as the Biblioteca Civica (1594) and the Palazzo della Regione (1199). The Piazza del Duomo is just around the corner; the Duomo is well worth a visit and has a wonderful marble facade.
There are a few other churches worth seeing such as the San Michele (13-th century) and the Sant'Andrea. The Porta Sant'Agostina is the main gate, built in the 16-th century to defend the city. Another interesting gate is the San Giacomo gate.
Casa di Antonio|
Trapani, , Italy
|Holiday apartment Casa Di Antonio is a pretty flat settled in the historical heart pf Trapani close to its many historical and cultural sites. The apartment, situated on the 1st floor of a typical... [more]|